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SAGAR

Date: Wed, 10 May 1995 00:13:04 GMT
From: owner-newjour@ccat.sas.upenn.edu
Subject: SAGAR Journal

Date: Tue, 9 May 1995 19:40:51 -0400
From: Philip McEldowney <pm9k@poe.acc.virginia.edu>
Subject: SAGAR Journal

http://asnic.utexas.edu/asnic/pages/sagar/index.html
(Link active 27 July 2004)

I would like to suggest this "new" on-line journal which has been around
for about a year; about South Asian (eg India and Pakistan) scholarly
issues.

I provide

1) the Web URL and begining page, and

2) a recent announcement of the new issue (v.2, no.1)

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Subject:

http://wwwhost.cc.utexas.edu/ftp/pub/das/.html/south.asia/
(Link inactive 27 July 2004)

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SAGAR

South Asia Graduate Research Journal
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SAGAR is an electronic journal distributed free of charge to anyone
with access to the Internet. Hard copies are also available (see the
Subscriptions Section for more information). We encourage submissions
from graduate students and junior scholars working in any area of
South Asia Studies.

SAGAR is primarily dedicated to the publication of exemplary research
papers on South Asia. The journal also includes faculty book reviews
and graduate student profiles. We encourage all South Asia graduate
students and junior scholars to submit information about their
research and teaching interests. All such submissions will be
published as a part of the following issue.

To subscribe to SAGAR, either fill out this form or send the message
"subscribe sagar-journal" by e-mail to:

majordomo@bongo.cc.utexas.edu

New issues of SAGAR will be sent to your e-mail address as soon as
they are published.

Issues of SAGAR are now fully on-line as WWW documents. They were
created with the rtftohtml converter (130K) written by Chris Hector.
However, any errors in the WWW version of SAGAR (and there are some
minor ones) are the responsibility of the editors only. Thus, there
are three ways to read SAGAR:

1. Read an on-line version as a WWW document below
2. Download BinHex versions of current or past issues.
3. Subscribe by e-mail as above

On-Line Issues

Vol.1 No.1, Spring 1994
Vol.1 No.2, Fall 1994

Any questions or inquiries may be sent to the editors at the address
below:

SAGAR Editors/ sagrj@uts.cc.utexas.edu

UT Austin Main Page
Asian Studies Main Page

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World Wide Web: You may view SAGAR on the Web at the following URL:
http://wwwhost.cc.utexas.edu/ftp/pub/das/.html/south.asia/sagar
(Link inactive 27 July 2004)

The World Wide web edition of the journal is free of charge.

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Date: Tue, 9 May 1995 09:01:30 -0700
From: Frank Conlon <conlon@u.washington.edu
Subject: H-ASIA: SAGAR (South Asia Graduate Research Journal)

H-ASIA
May 9, 1995

South Asia Graduate Research Journal (SAGAR 2:1)
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From: manu bhagavan <bhagavam@ccwf.cc.utexas.EDU

SAGAR: South Asia Graduate Research Journal Volume 2, Number 1 will be
released shortly in hardcopy, email, and World Wide Web editions.

This issue of SAGAR will contain the following articles:

RECASTING KARBALA IN THE GENRE OF URDU <MARSIYA
Syed Akbar Hyder, Harvard University

GENDER IDEOLOGIES AND PRACTICES AMONG SOUTH INDIAN IMMIGRANTS IN
PITTSBURGH
Aparna Rayaprol, University of Hyderabad

THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE INDIAN STATE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF POSTWAR
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Joel R. Campbell, St. Edward's University/Austin Community College

SOUTH ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES: A WORKING BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1975-1994
Rosane Rocher, The University of Pennsylvania

BOOK REVIEW

WIVES AND OTHERS By Manik Bandyopadhyay/Tr. Kalpana Bardhan
Sagaree Sengupta, University of Texas at Austin

To subscribe to SAGAR:

hardcopy: Please send US$25 (individuals), US$30 (institutions), +US$5
(all non-US subscriptions per order) to Center for Asian Studies; The
University of Texas at Austin; Campus Mail Code G9300; Austin, TX
78712-1994. Please make checks payable to the Center for Asian Studies.

email: Please send an email message with a blank subject line and this
body:

subscribe sagar-journal

subscribe sagar-journal-discussion

to majordomo@bongo.cc.utexas.edu and you will receive a message
informing you of your subscription. This edition of the journal comes
in Text with Layout and BinHexed Word 5.1 formats. The email edition of
the journal is free.

World Wide Web: You may view SAGAR on the Web at the following URL:
http://wwwhost.cc.utexas.edu/ftp/pub/das/.html/south.asia/sagar
(Link inactive 27 July 2004)

The World Wide web edition of the journal is free of charge.

Please direct questions or comments to:
sagrj@uts.cc.utexas.edu
TEL: (512) 471-5811
FAX: (512) 471-4469

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